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Pohon tahunan, hijau abadi (pengguguran daun tidak tergantung musim) tetapi ada saat tertentu untuk menumbuhkan daun-daun baru (periode flushing atau peronaan) yang terjadi setelah masa berbuah selesai. Tumbuh tinggi dapat mencapai ketinggian 25–50 m tergantung spesiesnya,[3] pohon durian sering memiliki banir (akar papan). Pepagan (kulit batang) berwarna coklat kemerahan, mengelupas tak beraturan. Tajuknya rindang dan renggang. Durian trees are large, growing to 25–50 metres (82–164 ft) in height depending on the species.[9] The leaves are evergreen, elliptic to oblong and 10–18 centimetres (3.9–7.1 inches) long. GROSIR DURIAN BEKU LUMAJANG The flowers are produced in three to thirty clusters together on large branches and directly on the trunk with each flower having a calyx (sepals) and five (rarely four or six) petals. Durian trees have one or two flowering and fruiting periods per year, although the timing varies depending on the species, cultivars, and localities. A typical durian tree can bear fruit after four or five years. The durian fruit can hang from any branch, and matures roughly three months after pollination. The fruit can grow up to 30 centimetres (12 in) long and 15 centimetres (6 in) in diameter, and typically weighs one to three kilograms (2 to 7 lb).[9] Its shape ranges from oblong to round, the colour of its husk green to brown, and its flesh pale-yellow to red, depending on the species.[9] Among the thirty known species of Durio, nine of them have been identified as producing edible fruits: D. zibethinus, D. dulcis, D. grandiflorus, D. graveolens, D. kutejensis, Durio lowianus, D. macrantha, D. oxleyanus and D. testudinarius.[17] There are many species for which the fruit has never been collected or properly examined, however, so other species with edible fruit may exist.[9] The durian is somewhat similar in appearance to the jackfruit, an unrelated species. Daun berbentuk jorong hingga lanset, 10-15(-17) cm × 3-4,5(-12,5) cm; terletak berseling; bertangkai; berpangkal lancip atau tumpul dan berujung lancip melandai; sisi atas berwarna hijau terang, sisi bawah tertutup sisik-sisik berwarna perak atau keemasan dengan bulu-bulu bintang

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Mon Thong is the most commercially sought after, for its thick, full-bodied creamy and mild sweet-tasting flesh with relatively moderate smell emitted and smaller seeds, while Chanee is the best in terms of its resistance to infection by Phytophthora palmivora. Kan Yao is somewhat less common, but prized for its longer window of time when it is both sweet and odourless at the same time. Among all the cultivars in Thailand, five are currently in large-scale commercial cultivation: Chanee, Mon Thong, Kan Yao, Ruang, and Kradum.[22] Since the 1920s, there have been more than 100 registered cultivars in Malaysia,[23] and by 1992 there were up to 193;[24] many superior cultivars have been identified through competitions held at the annual Malaysian Agriculture, Horticulture, and Agrotourism Show. In Vietnam, the cultivar, Musang King, is a common variety preferred by consumers.[25]

By 2007, Thai government scientist Songpol Somsri had crossbred more than ninety varieties of durian to create Chantaburi No. 1, a cultivar without the characteristic odour.[26] Another hybrid, Chantaburi No. 3, develops the odour about three days after the fruit is picked, which enables an odourless transport yet satisfies consumers who prefer the pungent odour.[26] On 22 May 2012, two other cultivars from Thailand that also lack the usual odour, Long Laplae and Lin Laplae, were presented to the public by Yothin Samutkhiri, governor of Uttaradit Province from where these cultivars were developed locally, while he announced the dates for the annual durian fair of Laplae District, and the name given to each cultivar. Popular cultivars in Malaysia and Singapore (Singapore imports most of its durians from Malaysia, hence the varieties are similar although there may be slight variation in the names) include “D24”, which is a popular variety known for its bittersweet taste; “XO”, which has a pale colour, thick flesh with a tinge of alcoholic fermentation; “Chook Kiok” (Cantonese meaning: bamboo leg) which has a distinctive yellowish core in the inner stem; and “Musang King” (‘musang’ is the Malay word for palm civet) which is usually the priciest of all cultivars. Musang King is known for its bright yellow flesh and is like a more potent or enhanced version of the D24.

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